All right, I'm herewith Jussie Smollett.
It's time for the gamewe like to call Keep It 100.
Keep It... 100.
All right,you know how this works.
Yeah, I knowhow this (bleep) works.
-Take your tea.-And I'm very annoyed,
-because my little sisterwas on the show... -No, no, no.
yesterday,and I gave the question,
-'cause y'all tweeted me.-No, no. No, no, no.
-And told me to DM you.-No, no, no, no...
-Look...-Sliding up in my DMs, like...
We got you... Yeah,but you-you got her on that.
-You really got her in that.-Yeah, I did. (cackles)
Yeah, see? You know...You enjoyed that.
-You enjoyed it.-Yeah, I did.
Okay, here's your question.Okay...
-You and a lot of your familyhave activists, right? -Mm-hmm.
Okay, so, who do you thinkhad it tougher in history--
black people with slaveryor Jewish people with Hitler?
Oh, that is fucked up.
Journey said to ask that?
This is from us. I'm justkidding, don't answer that.
-Here's a question from yoursister. -I was about to be...
Jessie, can you or can you notbelch the chorus
to "I Will Always Love You"?
WILMORE:You have to belch the chorus
to "I Will Always Love You".
-(clears throat)-(audience cheering, applauding)
And then you have to answerthis question.
Okay, hold on.Hold on.
♪ You, I
I think he did it.
Who had it worse?
Who had it worse, your blackside or your Jewish side?
I just feel like that...
we should notbe comparing those two.
That's what you get for that.
-No, there you go. He got 100.-I'm not comparing those two.
-Come on, I got the Keep It 100,though. -Give it up
-for Jussie Smollett!-(cheering, applause)
That wasn't too bad.